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More recently, Saxon may be best known as a supporting player in horror films, most notably Bob Clark's Black Christmas ( 1974 ) as the relatively smart leader of a bunch of dumb cops ; in Dario Argento's Tenebrae ( 1982 ) as the writer hero's shifty agent ; in Mitchell ( 1975 ) as the murderous union lawyer and prostitute provider Walter Deaney ; in Battle Beyond the Stars ( 1980 ) as Sador ; in Cannibal Apocalypse ( 1980 ) where he played a Vietnam veteran tormented because his worthless pal bit him and years later, he is starting to get the urge to do the same ; in Prisoners of the Lost Universe as a alternate-universe warlord, and in Wes Craven's A Nightmare on Elm Street ( 1984 ) as the heroine's ( Nancy Thompson's ) father.

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Fulci wrote a plot synopsis and a screenplay for Argento and thought that he was slated to direct the film as well, but he died before filming could begin ( due to a series of delays caused by Argento's involvement with his own film, The Stendhal Syndrome, at the time ).

Argento's and during
2004's The Card Player, a giallo about a killer whose murders are conducted during Internet poker matches with the Rome police, earned a mixed reception: some fans appreciated the techno music score composed by ex-Goblin member Claudio Simonetti, but felt the film was too mainstream, with little of Argento's usual flourish.
He was also expected to tour several Italian cities during the 2008 – 09 winter season in another Noël Coward play, Private Lives ( performed in Italian, which he speaks fluently ), playing Elyot to Italian actress Asia Argento's Amanda.
Argento's other song cycles include A Water Bird Talk, which combines Chekov's one-act monodrama " On the Harmful Effects of Tobacco " with passages from Audubon's Birds of America ; The Andrée Expedition, which includes journal entries by Salomon Andrée during his ill-fated attempt to travel to the North Pole by balloon ; and Miss Manners on Music ( 1998 ), which sets newspaper clippings by columnist Judith Martin ( aka " Miss Manners ").

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Suspiria has become one of Argento's most successful feature films, receiving critical acclaim for its visual and stylistic flair, use of vibrant colors and its soundtrack.

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She originated the role of " Tina " in Dallas Opera's world premiere production of Argento's The Aspern Papers in 1988.

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The film made Argento famous internationally and inspired a number of other directors to work in the genre ( John Carpenter has frequently referred to the influence Argento's early work had on Halloween ).
On 4 March 2011, it was announced that Rutger Hauer had signed on to play Van Helsing in Argento's Dracula 3D, which was scheduled to begin shooting in Budapest later in the year.
Goblin had previously scored Argento's earlier film Deep Red as well as several subsequent films following Suspiria.
( Luigi Cozzi's 1990 film The Black Cat, starring Caroline Munro, has also been referred to in some film reference books as Demons 6, although Cozzi had originally intended it as a sequel of sorts to Dario Argento's Inferno.

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" The film was written by Carpenter and Debra Hill with Carpenter admitting that the music was inspired by both Dario Argento's Suspiria ( which also influenced the films surreal color scheme ) and William Friedkin's The Exorcist.
She appeared in Other People's Money with Gregory Peck ( 1991 ), and in horror maestro Dario Argento's first American film Trauma ( 1993 ).
Along with The Bird with the Crystal Plumage, these three films are frequently referred to as Argento's " animal trilogy ".
Starting with 1996's The Stendhal Syndrome, Argento's films have been generally poorly received by critics.
According to movie review aggregator site Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds a 94 % " fresh " rating based on thirty-one reviews with the consensus, " The blood pours freely in Argento's classic Suspiria, a giallo horror as grandiose and glossy as it is gory ".
* Dominic Argento's Te Deum and Missa " Cum Jubilo " by Maurice Duruflé ( with Rodney Gilfry as baritone soloist and Frederick Swann on organ ( RCM )
Bava retired in 1978 after co-directing his last horror film, Shock, with his son Lamberto ( although he did some special effects matte work on Dario Argento's 1980 movie Inferno ).
They remain notable in part for their expressive use of music, most notably by Dario Argento's collaborations with Ennio Morricone and his musical director Bruno Nicolai, and later with the band Goblin.
The Screaming Mimi has been adapted into a movie twice ; Gerd Oswald's The Screaming Mimi in 1958, and then, more loosely, Dario Argento's The Bird with the Crystal Plumage in 1970.

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Some elements from the mystery's plot were referenced in Dario Argento's giallo comeback movie Sleepless ( called Non ho sonno in Italy ), which featured killings referencing a nursery rhyme.
Many of Argento's works were written in Florence, where he spends a portion of every year.
What was left of the band continued to work on further soundtracks, but there was a partial reunification for Argento's Tenebrae ( 1982 ) ( although they were credited separately, not as Goblin ).

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Phenomena also showed Argento's predilection for using new technology, as evidenced by the film's several prowling Steadicam shots.
His 1996 film The Stendhal Syndrome, in which a policewoman ( played by Argento's daughter, Asia ) who suffers from Stendhal syndrome is trapped by a serial killer in an abandoned warehouse, was the first Italian film to use computer-generated imagery ( CGI ).
2005 saw the TV broadcast of Argento's Do You Like Hitchcock ?, in which the director paid homage to Alfred Hitchcock after decades of being compared to him by critics.
A recent book by James Gracey, simply titled Dario Argento, provides fresh critical analysis and an exploration of Argento's far-reaching impact on modern horror cinema and popular culture.
1964-Dominick Argento's Masque of Angels performed by the Center Opera Company as first Performing Arts commission.
Pitt next appeared in Asia Argento's The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things, and headlined Gus Van Sant's Last Days, playing a rock star " inspired " by Nirvana frontman, Kurt Cobain.
Charleson's other feature film roles are: punk-era Angel in his film debut Jubilee ( 1977 ) directed by Derek Jarman ; Lt. Ryder in the Golden Bear-winning " Irish question " film Ascendancy ( 1982 ), which starred Julie Covington ; a small role as the abusive drunk Jeffson Brown in Greystoke: The Legend of Tarzan ( 1984 ); a comedic turn as Gerald Spong in the rather ill-fated Car Trouble ( 1985 ), opposite his friend Julie Walters ; and opera director Marco in Dario Argento's horror film Opera ( 1987 ).
A Toccata of Galuppi's ( 1989 ), a 20-minute setting of a Robert Browning poem, is one of many works inspired by Argento's time in Florence.

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* Albert ( suspiria ), minor character in Dario Argento's 1977 film Suspiria

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On March 4, 2011, it was announced that Hauer would play vampire hunter Van Helsing in legendary horror director Dario Argento's Dracula 3D.
Emerson provided music for a number of films since 1980, including Dario Argento's Inferno and World of Horror, the 1981 thriller Nighthawks and, more recently, Godzilla: Final Wars.
Argento's next movie was Suspiria ( 1977 ), a violent supernatural thriller.
Udo Kier, who appeared in Argento's Suspiria, and Coralina Cataldi-Tassoni, who appeared in three of his previous films, both have pivotal roles in the final Mothers chapter.
English sound designer, writer and musician Heather Emmett published Sounds to Die For: Speaking the Language of Horror Film Sound, which includes the first in-depth study of the use of sound in Argento's films.
In Dario Argento's Phenomena ( 1985 ), the protagonist, Jennifer Corvino ( Jennifer Connelly ), witnesses a murder while sleepwalking.
Notable film roles include Apocalypse Now as Engineman 3rd Class " Chef " Hicks, The Conversation, Valley Girl, Promise Him Anything ( TV ), One from the Heart, The Stone Boy, The Missouri Breaks, The Deliberate Stranger ( TV ), and horror maestro Dario Argento's first American film Trauma.
Ratcatchers also make a major appearance in Dario Argento's The Phantom of the Opera.

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`` My father and mother died when I was two years old '', I said.
After the death of Lincoln's mother, his older sister, Sarah, took charge of caring for him until their father remarried in 1819 ; Sarah later died in her 20s while giving birth to a stillborn son.
While in Athens, his wife Pythias died and Aristotle became involved with Herpyllis of Stageira, who bore him a son whom he named after his father, Nicomachus.
It was said to have been named after the Greek town of Aegae, or after Aegea, a queen of the Amazons who died in the sea, or Aigaion, the " sea goat ", another name of Briareus, one of the archaic Hecatonchires, or, especially among the Athenians, Aegeus, the father of Theseus, who drowned himself in the sea when he thought his son had died.
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Alp Arslan died four days later from this wound on 25 November 1072 in his 42nd year, and was taken to Merv to be buried next to his father Chaghri Beg.
At the age of 13, Mackenzie's father died, and he was forced to end his formal education in order to help support his family.
Antoninus ’ father and paternal grandfather died when he was young and he was raised by Gnaeus Arrius Antoninus, his maternal grandfather, reputed by contemporaries to be a man of integrity and culture and a friend of Pliny the Younger.
In 59 BC, when he was four years old, his father died.
His father, for example, was guillotined during the French Revolution and his wife died shortly after their marriage.
" He died three days later on March 4 ; Louisa May died only two days after her father.
Several attempts to find a new home failed ; one such stop was on Sicily where in Drepanum, on the island's western coast, his father, Anchises, died peacefully.
After the sojourn in Carthage, the Trojans returned to Sicily where Aeneas organizes funeral games to honor his father, who had died a year before.
In 12 BC, Agrippina ’ s father died.
Alexander's father died on 8 July 1249 and he became king at the age of seven, inaugurated at Scone on 13 July 1249.
The young Alexios IV was strangled in prison, while his father Isaac died shortly afterwards, his death variously attributed to fright, sorrow, or foul play.
On 26 June, Alexei died in the Petropavlovskaya fortress in Saint Petersburg, two days after the senate had condemned him to death for conspiring rebellion against his father, and for hoping for the cooperation of the common people and the armed intervention of his brother-in-law, the emperor.
Jackson's father died in an accident in February 1767, at the age of 29, three weeks before his son Andrew was born in the Waxhaws area.
On 7 January 1325, Afonso's father died and he became king, taking full revenge on his brother.
Ammonius ' father, Hermias, died when he was a child, and his mother, Aedesia, raised him and his brother, Heliodorus, in Alexandria.
Amyntas III ( Greek: Ἀμύντας Γ ΄, died 370 BC ), son of Arrhidaeus and father of Philip II, was king of Macedon in 393 BC, and again from 392 to 370 BC.
In 1320, Andronikos accidentally murdered his brother Manuel, whereupon their father died of grief.
His father died when he was two years old and he remained under the guardianship of his cousin, Guillaume Jourdain, count of Cerdagne ( d. 1109 ), until he was five.

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